You may be reading this because:
- You have an insatiable desire for smoking and want to quit the nasty habit
- You want to have a better, youthful appearance and unstained teeth and nails
- You want to save extra money in your pocket that is going toward cigarettes
- You want your family and friends to avoid the danger of secondhand smoke
- You want to improve your overall health and lower your risk of cancers and diseases
Over 42 million people smoke cigarettes in the US alone, despite numerous pieces of irrefutable evidence indicating that the practice is one that leads to an empty wallet - and a shorter life.
Contrary to the common belief that these individuals are unintelligent, oblivious, or both, most smokers understand how bad smoking is for one's long-term health and well-being - they just find it difficult to quit.
You have most likely seen advertisements for medications and other chemical resources to help smokers quit. While good hearted, these "solutions" fail to address the core problem at hand: Addiction is a mental sensation and should be treated by resources that reflect that, as opposed to treating it as purely a chemical function.
If you or someone you know is interested in quitting smoking, not just taking a break, listen to 7-Day Quit Smoking Challenge. It is:
- A well-organized collection of simple exercises that will help you kick the habit
- A reliable alternative to the commonly chosen chemical quit plans
- An ultra-affordable self-help resource
By simply following a set of challenges, 7-Day Quit Smoking Challenge can help any smoker looking to quit - in just one week, as the title suggests. Moreover, it won't overwhelm you; the aforementioned practices found in each day take only minutes to perform.